The winter settles, the smells of spices as the cinnamon revives our senses, the garlands and the colors of Christmas invade the cottages and alleys. However, temperatures are dropping dramatically in some parts of the world.
From then on, all that most of us want to do is warm up indoors with a cup of tea ( theatrical Tea Party ), of Coffee or of Chocolate Hot and a film re-assuring – and at best in the arms re comforting of those we love. Some complain about the heat of summer and others of the cold of winter. Those who complain about the two seasons must be unhappy!
Personally, I love these two climatic conditions, especially as they push us to adapt and not stay in a frozen mold. I thrive as much in hot weather as in cold weather. Not you ? But do cold temperatures bring health benefits to us?
to better appreciate winter and understand what cold can bring to our health.
circadian rhythm which regulates diet, sleep and activities according to the day-night cycles. All this allows us to function and live normally. Researchers have found that a disruption of the circadian rhythm can lead to disturbed sleep, which in turn can lead to a number of health problems. 
Other studies have shown that insomnia and other sleep disorders can alter our perception and our cognitive function and increase the risk of renal disease and diabetes . Research has revealed that when we fall asleep, the temperature of our body begins to drop. However, the insomniacs seem unable to regulate the heat of the body appropriately, which leads to difficulties in falling asleep.
That’s where the outside temperatures come in. A study even experimented with sorts of cool caps or caps, which keep the sleeper’s head at temperate temperatures. Fresher editions. The current sleep guidelines supported by the research suggest that the ideal temperature in our bedrooms while we are preparing to go to sleep should be between 15.5 ° C to 19 ° C. The bottom line is that you should not turn into ice and feel a cold polar. A moderately cool environment could be ideal for falling asleep and preserving the quality of your night.
to feed in winter this is not always easy. One study seems to support the secular claim that our appetite increases in the winter, as temperatures drop rapidly. 
Small seasonal variations in daily caloric intake, dietary composition, body activity, and body weight are present in “normal” individuals in winter. Like humans, it seems that animals also tend to eat less at higher ambient temperatures, but that their appetite increases in colder environments.
Note that the impact of intense aerobic exercise and ambient temperature on caloric intake, has shown that being active in a cool environment stimulates our sense of hunger. So, if you have trouble eating healthy portions, take the time to exercise. A brisk walk or jog in the cool winter air just before a meal may help increase your appetite in a healthy way.
3. The cold burn fat
If, on the other hand, you fear that your tendency to eat more leads to weight gain, do not worry. Cold can also be used to catalyze weight loss. Our body stores two types of fat: white adipose tissue and brown adipose tissue.
White adipose tissue is considered bad because it simply builds up. And, if this fat accumulates excessively, it can lead to overweight or obesity. In contrast, brown fat is a “good fat” because it is the fuel that our body burns for energy.
So it is not surprising that scientists are always looking for new ways to stimulate the body to turn its reserve of white fat into brown fat. The main way to “brown” white fat is through exposure to cooler temperatures.
During the cold season, our body will look for ways to stay warm, which requires dipping into fat for fuel. A study has shown that exposure to cold temperatures can activate the metabolism of brown fat in adult men. 
The activity of brown fat is regulated from the brain, depending on the need for heat for the control of body temperature. The heat initially results from the burning of lipids stored in brown adipose tissue, but during prolonged heat production, the components of the ingested food are channeled to the tissue as a contribution continuous substrate. Rather than being laid, the fat is constantly burned to generate heat. Brown adipose tissue in adult humans is “metabolically” very active when stimulated physiologically.
Moreover, researchers advise cryotherapy.  It’s a cold-based treatment that may be effective in reducing local pain, but researchers also say it’s better to use cold compresses in combination with drugs and other treatments, as appropriate
mood and a feeling of fatigue. But fortunately, everything is not dark. Research has shown that cold weather also has some surprising effects. A study conducted in 2012 showed that in bad weather, including cold days, we tend to make longer phone calls, but unless people.
This means that when time elapses from other activities, we tend to stay at home or close to home and want to reconnect with the people who matter most to us. This is easy enough to check, even though the intensive use of the internet in recent years can surely alter these results.
Finally, another study suggests that cold environments might promote a type of creativity that researchers call “ repository creativity” (19459005). Cool temperatures can make us better at recognizing metaphors, or being more inventive for example. What to ensure our motivation to organize the new year to come and make good resolutions. 
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